• All Trump, All The Time: Watching TV With Hillary Clinton
    How does Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton escape from the daily grind of campaigning? By watching TV, of course -- although the campaign is never far from her thoughts ...
  • Imagine Using A Cute Puppy Just To Attract Attention
    America wants to know: Who will walk the Today Show's new puppy in inclement weather?
  • On Wings Of LeBron, Cleveland Angel Investors Take Up Residence At CNBC
    LeBron James puts in an appearance at the beginning of the premiere episode of "Cleveland Hustles" on CNBC, and then disappears, never to be seen again.
  • 'Golden Guys': NBC Launches Travel Show With Celebrity Codgers
    Not that this should necessarily present a barrier to enjoyment, but much of this new four-week NBC series called "Better Late Than Never" doesn't ring true.
  • Don't Blame Billy Bush For Believing Lochte's Lies
    Of all the NBC Olympics personalities who became involved in the Ryan Lochte Rio robbery tall tale, Billy Bush has emerged as the one who was the most bamboozled.
  • A John McLaughlin Memory That's So Old, It's On VHS
    The first and only time I came face to face with John McLaughlin, I thought he was nuts. But I eventually came to understand that he wasn't really crazy. He was just another TV talk-show host cut from the same cloth as so many others.
  • Innovative Magid Research Finds Most-Valued And Least-Valued TV Shows
    TV ratings will tell you how many people are watching a show, and even their approximate age (within various ranges). But how do viewers really feel about the shows they're watching?
  • Tough Acts To Follow: Comedy Central Struggles Without Stewart, Colbert
    It's not easy putting on a late-night show. That's what Comedy Central seems to be finding in the post-Stewart and -Colbert era.
  • 'Inspector Lewis' Finale Raises Question About British TV 'Golden Age'
    The idea of a British TV Golden Age comes to mind with the finale airing this coming Sunday of "Inspector Lewis" on PBS.
  • NBC's Olympic Ratings: Down Or Just Moved To Other Platforms?
    Ratings for this summer's Olympics are lower than those of the 2012 London Olympics -- yet according to NBC, the 2016 Olympics will be NBC's "most economically successful Games in history."
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